LONDON — A closer look at who played how much in Sunday’s loss to the Vikings…
-- The Browns defense was on the field for a whopping 85 plays against a Vikings offense that dominated time of possession. Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey played every single one of them while Jamie Collins Sr. and Jamar Taylor played all but one.
-- Without Trevon Coley and Larry Ogunjobi, the Browns defensive tackle rotation had a different look to it. T.Y. McGill saw his first action of the season and played 26 snaps. Danny Shelton and rookie Caleb Brantley played the most with 47 snaps apiece. [
-- Undrafted rookie Kai Nacua saw, by far, his most playing time of the season. He was on the field for 18 snaps on defense after playing mostly on special teams through the first seven games.
-- Bryce Treggs and Ricardo Louis were the main players at wide receiver with each logging 52 snaps. Rashard Higgins was close behind with 39 while Kasen Williams (6) and Sammie Coates (4) combined for 10. Coates made the most of his playing time with two catches for 13 yards. Kenny Britt was active but did not play.
-- Ibraheim Campbell (68) saw his most work of the season and Mike Jordan (52) continued to see extended playing time in light of injuries to Jabrill Peppers and Jason McCourty.
-- Quarterback DeShone Kizer played every single snap for the first time since Week 3 against the Colts.